The Switch (PG-13)


Thanks to the lovable chemistry between Jason Bateman and newcomer Thomas Robinson, The Switch is a fun and endearing flick. Bateman plays Wally, who switches his best friend Kassie’s (Jennifer Aniston) sperm donor swimmers with his own. Despite the plot being unoriginal and the first half a bit of a snooze, once the second half picks up you’ll be on board as the movie’s touching and comic events unravel.

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Double Double Toil and Trouble

By Rosalie Miletich

For anyone who hasn’t seen Shakespeare before, Insurgo Theater Movement’s Macbeth is a good introduction to the darker works of the Bard. The production is quite traditional in contrast with recent interpretations, such as those set in a modern restaurant or populated by punk biker gangs. Strobe lightning and rousing bagpipes set the scene for witchcraft and battle on the Scottish moors. Geo Nikols (most recently in Insurgo’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream as Theseus) is rather young for the part of Macbeth, but he projects an air of grounded self-confidence.